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FOURTEENTH TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JANUARY 15 THE tOO rk y4 ilk x ty a CENTRAL RECORD arvlrtess 4ai i1 Uf Local Interest Ice sleet snow Another load of coal Mercy on us coal coal coal Chicken thieves are numerous The Record will soon be fourteen years old Rabbits are plentiful and always on the market Will there be enough money in the country to settle the coal bills The chemical lire engine was clean ed and recharged the other day Good This should have been done Some two 2005085 The exact cost of the water works including rock excavation and all in cidentals was 2005085 Big Injun Rothwell our efficient chief of police has re appointed Will West as deputy This is a good ap pointment as Mr West is a faithful officer Fox the photographer was here Friday But hes here every Friday for that and you had better go and have a good photo made for your fam ily and friends rue KingliiTcmpIar cnarm advertised in The Record belonged to Dr E II Pearce If you hear of it please call up The Record office and we will send for it The croakers of whom we had much to ay a few years ago are now at their ropes end Ve4d- not see how they can have the face to kick on any other proposed improvement for Lancaster More coat years ago J lostand Cal 1 Hicks says move snow Good colored servants are in demand The supply is very short The K P Lodge every Friday evening Its in good shape Go Meeting In Somerset Elder F M Tinder Is in Somerset conducting a two weeks meeting Sanders Walker are running the electric light plant to the satisfaction of all Burt Soper is looking after the business while Ad McDonald the faithful colored man is keeping the machinery in proper shape Elected Councilman At an adjourned meeting of the City Council held Friday night Mr Alex R Denny was elected to serve in the place of Mr James A Beazley resign ed Mr Denny has been a resident of the city for several years and is one of our most enterprising and enthusi astic citizens That he will give the city wise and timely serviceThe Rec ord is fully convinced Health Board Appointed The State Board of Health has Drs Kinnaird Elliott and Ac ton as health officers for Garrard coun ty These gentlemen will perform their duties faithfully and we are quite sure At a meeting of the local board of health Dr J B Kin naird was elected president and Dr J M Acton secretary Fine Pipe Organ The tine pipe organ ordered for the Lancaster Christian church some time ago is expected to arrive this week and will be put up immediately The iiistjument cost 1500 and is of the very best make It will be placed in the corner of the church where the choir now sits Mrs Belle Burnside and her accomplished daughter Miss Willie Belle will act as organists The singing at this church has been excep tionally good recently and will now be a great treat appointed Impartially meets SS We have sold an interest in our business to G E Smith of Carlisle Ky This change will take place March ist In order to reduce our stock WHICH MUST im DONE we will slaughter prices the next fortyfive days An Opportunity For the people to buy good merchandise FOR COSTand in many instances less than cost No Goods Will Be Charged Or Sent Out On Approval Everything Cash This Closing Out Sale will begin Thursday morning January 14th It will pay you to come to this sale Come early while the assortment is large Some new Spring Goods will be sold during this sale which before this change was dceided upon Come and look through you will be pleased with the goods and prices NO PREMIUM TICKETS will be given during this sale who holds our Premium Tickets are requested to bring them jB for redemption On Saturday Jan 16th Special Sale of Blankets Comforts Cloaks and Ready ToWear Skirts at that will Surprise you Quantity Limited v On Monday Jan 18th Special Sale of Calicoes for One Day only at 34 cents pier yard 1000 yards will be offered Will only sell 10 yards to each customer On Wednesday Jan 20th Special Sale of Hamburgs for One Day Only at 4c and 8c a yard Will only sell 10 yards of each price to a customer On Friday Jan 22nd ecial Sale of Pins Hair Pins Gum Ribbon Buttons and Soap for One Day Only at Greatly Ee v duced Prices Quantity Limited IB Logan Dry Goods Go 4 werebought Everyone W JflffiN 4Sj BUSINESS for t h prices Y t sM i1 t 1 City Property The Supervisors made a few changes in assessment of property and the amount in the city is 502 470 Action Postpone At the meeting of the congregation of the Baptist church Sunday it was decided to postpone the calling of a pastor until Sundayweek the 24th The Christian Endeavor social has been postponed from Jan 15th to Jan 29 on account of the Y social which bad been previously announced for the former date Several Ice houses have been filled The manufactured ice is so cheap it hardly pays to haul and store the pond article The weather has been so dark this week as to materially interfere with type setting in The Record office We had an abundance of matter for this issue but couldnt get it set Christian Endeavor Topic for Sun day night is How may 1 Overcome my Temptations Cor 1012 13 Heb 41416 Leader Victor Stone Every body cordially welcomed Ready For Business Manager Beazley is now ready to make contracts for water and if you contemplate using it better see him at once as there will be a big rush in in the Spring See rates in this issue of The Record Handsome Calendar The handsomest calendar of the sea son is sent out by the uptothemin ute wholesale liquor dealers Bonnie Bros of Louisville Mr Sam B Har ris the clever credit man of the firm has our thanks for one of them w c T u On account of the absence of the President the election of officers was postponed until the 16th Mrs Ward presented the Union with a gavel carved by her son Earl who is at tending school at Lexington The la dies will entertain the Loyal Legion at their rooms next Friday evening The Watsr Rates Read the rates for water published in this issue They are as low or lower than any town in this section While it is possible that they could be still cheaper yet the Council wisely believes it would be better to have it so a reduction can be made instead of an increase The Council got copies of rates from a great many towns and gave the question much study People have already commenced putting in pipes and as several local firms are well equipped to do plumbing in a few days many houses will be Even the croakingest croaker now admits that Lancaster has the best improvement she ever had Kentucky Should Be Represented The editor was in Frankfort Wed nesday and Thursday as one of the committee of four newspaper men to urge the passage of the Worlds Fair appropriation bill This committee worked in conjunction with the business men and other public spirited citizens who want to see the state suitably represented This ap propriation would have been made at last session but for interference by a few moss backs who should have been mauling rails A Splendid Appointment The Record together with all of Lancasters advancement to congratulate the City Council upon the appointment of Mr James A Beazley as superintendent of the wa ter works At a meeting Friday night Mr Beazleys resignation as was accepted and he was to the above position and at once entered upon his duties as such Lan caster has never had a Councilman who entered into his duties with the vim and push that Mr B has shown He never stood back when some of the usual obstructors endeavored to bluff and balk a move for the towns the Louisville lovers wishes councilman appointed equipped betterment He knew his duty and had the backbone to do it He is the right for superintendent of the water works yet The Record re grets that it necessary for him to resign from the in fact the resignation of he and Judge Robinson Lancaster of the best and fearless street committee the town had Mr Beazley has been with the nutting in of the water works anil knows every detail of work and having looked after all the minor details is thoroughly posted with every and turn of the business man waS otf j t Council most ever connected the crook i totF i GEN GORDON DEAD Lieut Gen John B Gordon almost the last of the great Paladins who fought under Robert E Lee died on his plantation near Miamie Florida at 1005 oclock Saturday night All the members of his family were when the illustrious soldier sur rendered to death The end was without pain the General passing away as though he were into a refreshing slumber During his illness Gen Gordin was delirious at frequent intervals While in delirium bis mind seemed to revert to the clos mg campaign of the army of Northern Virginia Time and again he would shout Prepae for action Only Friday while delirious he spoke of carrying that fort presumably allu ding to his daring attack on Fort Steadman during the siege of Peters burg About an hour before the end came the General said in a 1 hope Gen Lee wont 1 can cut my way through the force In front Those present knew that the Gener als mind dwelling on the last day of tne Confederacy at Appomatox when Sheridan had thrown his legions in front of Lees decimated and forces The fatal illness which overtook Gen Gordon last Wednesday was congestion of the stomach and liver following an acute attack of to which he was subject apparently falling tI surrender waS present starving Indigestion JOHN B GCKDOK Gen John Brown Gordon was born in Upson county Georgia February 6 1832 His ancestors came from Scot land and had been prominent in the Revolutionary War When the Civil War broke out in 1861 Gordon raised a nniformed com pany of men for the Confederate and was elected captain During the conflict he was regarded as one of the most heroic men on the Confeder ate side and won admiration for his bravery and audacity He bore the scars of many wounds received in bat tie At the fight at Antietam in 1862 he was severely wounded four times but remained on the field with his men until struck by a bullet that rendered him senseless and from the hurt then received he slowly recover ed When again able to mount a horse Gordon returned to the army and fought to the end his valor causing his promotion to rank of Lieuten ant General He guarded the disas trous retreat from Richmond and at Appomattox court house was put at the head of the 4000 troops that were intended to cut through Gen Sheri dans line which exploit was by the surrender of Lee After the war Gen Gordon to Georgia and resumed the practice of law In 1868 he was the Democratic candidate for Governor and had been elected on the returnsbut his Republican opponents charged fraud and coercion and S Bul lock was given the gubernatorial seat Gen Gordon was burled at Atlanta K 0 T M The Knights of the Maccabess have paid 1000 ts the daughters of James McCarley decd This makes 810 000 paid through the local lodge here to relatives of deceased members and the cheapest The Su preme Lodge has a surplus of 3000 000 and In all about 600090 mem bens Democratic Committee The Garrard County Democratic Committee is hereby called to meet at R H Tomlinsons office on Monday January 25 Court day at 12 30 p m to consider questions in reference to the time place and manner of making nominations for county offices Can didates are requested to be present E L Woods Cbm Hughes Secy td Impressive Occasion The Week of Prayer came to a close Sunday evening at which time Eld F M Tinder of the Christian church conducted the services In the Presby terian church For the first time in the history of the town according to an churchman all the denomi nations joined in a union celebration of the Lords Supper The officers of tbedifferent churches sat side by side on the front pews and in the dlstribu the emblems two officers from each church waited upon the gallon The deep interest the with which the sung by the entire made the most impressive witnessed in Lancaster and went to prove that the Christian people are coming closer together andJnstead of time discussing doctrinal to I foolery if you the expres to shoulder ti1 aK aptwiki services the prevented returned apparently Rufus Itis insurance M tlon so sioo are sego boulder V y f d D older of displayed enthusiasm were congregation scene eve wasting I w pardon Nether Ii thecaureo i aster 4 tc 4 A REMARKABLE Calf Caught On Pilot of Rail Road and Carried to Paris One of the most singular in the annals of railroading oc curred on the Rowland Branch of the L and N Railway Saturday morning During the night previous a heavy sno had fallen and Engine man Mr John M Clark was pulling No 10 passenger train which passes here at 514 a m The snow was deep on some parts of the track and Mr Clark who is quite quick in finding remedies for railroad troubles had nailed acouple of planks on the pilot or cowcatcher whish served well to push the snow off the rail He was very proud of his invention and went whirling along as happy as a boy in his first pants On rounding a short curve near Hiattsville this county he saw a good sized calf on the track on ly a few feet in front of his engine Of course it was too late to shut off steam and apply the breaks and in less time than it takes to tell it the calf had disappeared Mr Clark looked out the cab and saw the animal had not been run over so concluded it had been knocked to the other side of the track The fireman was putting in a fire at the time and of course knew noth ing about it The train proceeded at its high rate of speed as if nothing had happened Mr Clark noticed the people run up to the engine at each stationTjutthought they were admir ing his impromptu snow plow and never opened his cab window to hear what they were talking about In fact his busom so swelled with pride that on receiving the high ball he quickly opened the throttleand pulled out of stations at even a clip than the law allows This continued til Paris was reached where the engine crew changes to another train As usual a crowd running to Clarks engine and a fellow trainman called to him Hey there Johnnie where are you going to take that calf Why dont you put it in the baggage car Mr Clark then investigated and found the calf standing right side up with its legs wedged in the upright pieces of the pilot Strange as it may seem the body was hurled so that all four legs struck simultaneously the feet going between the upright pieces and wedging so firmly as to hold the body in an upright position The shock killed the calf and the bitter cold weather soon had the carcass fro zen as solid as a cake of ice and there it rode to the end of the division The legs were soon severed with an axe and the carcass sold to a butcher While Mr Clark regretted killing the calf yet his disappointment when he found the crowds were not admiring his invention can not be measured OCCURENCE l livelier c a m e I J Engine happen- Ings Heating Stoves C O S T for 15 Days Haselden Robinson Hardware Co ij 1 i i AT BEAZL YCOI w P Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the largest and most com plete line of Furnitureand Carpets In Central Kentucky R L DAVIDSON At Law Oflice over Stormes drug store Prompt attention to business g Remnant 4040 0 i Attorney ty4d4004400040044QQ PV d Sale a BATSONS I am exceedingly anxious to clean out my stock before Feb 1 and will Inaugurate beginning Jan 8 and lasting until Feb 1st a REMNANT SALE Same will be sold at about onehalf regular price We have a fine assortment Come examine them if interested At Q Q o o R H BATSON P Q Q Q Q- Q Q- Q Q- Q Q- Q Q Q Q 0 Q- Q Q- Q Q- Q Q 0 Q Q Q Q Q- b40040440b4000Ocj rI I our due Januar91st and w I I expect 90u to Call and r imm t 19 IA5 J2 h DiliJ l l f f f oir L i ti it Me e t e e s ee e 0 se 5J i 11 i t 1 0 F VW w OOQ- y I i- iis0acc isSttlc r jg t p 1 rw F r r i a s 4t- i ni a s r r new 1 Of Trading With Joseph Mercantile Co It is Our Determination to dispose of all our Winter Goods to make room for Spring stock We positively will not carry over anything and to clean up the different lines will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices never advertise fake sales to draw people to our house but make friends by telling cold facts and giving the trade honest goods at reasonable prices This is not a Cost sale but the goods are to go dm Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED Stockings All Sizes All Qualities I Removal Sale et lnTbeIUt6 ff 1 I I I I I lt I I 11 It o try c I 1 IJIHL10 IWIII II I II I I 1I111I1 j FAY 001MlPAJN 00ppp 00 iOv O O O tie O O4OQOwOwOPO a vu0 a I d19 t We At Your Price JOSEPH MERCANTILE i tiI We have on hand TWENTY SETS of HEADSTONES arid MARKERS to save boxing arid hauling will close them out at prices that will pay you to call At once Several new designs for Childrens and I Markers in this lot These stones must lan 1st I AlSo call and get our prices Spring delivery garrard mmty Marble Works II ii i be sold by for STANFORD ST IANCASTR ey lr r yam At kd l rrr N G r kt r LWr ar CENTRAL RECORD LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Kyas ail Mailer Lancaster Ky January 1904 BALLOT REFORM A Suggestion to Give the People a Fair Vote an Honest Count and to Mlm nate Turmoil and Strife Harrodsburg that the question of ballot reform is so prominently before the people it is likely that a number of bills along that line will be presented to the next Kentucky Legislature The is a grave one Much good or evil may be accomplished Any meas ure calculated solely for party advant age will be condemned by the best citizens of the Commonwealth What we want is a law that will give the people a fair vote and an honest doing away as far as possible with strife and turmoil To that end the Democrat offers these sugges tions Have all party nominations made at the same time and by the same vote that elects Let the names of all can didatos for party nominations plac ed on the regular election ballot the candidate receiving the largest vote of his party for the office to which he aspires to be the nominee of his party and have for him all the votes cast for that office For illustration There are three candidates for the Democratic nomination for Governor and four candidates for the Republi can nomination for Governor Place the names of all the candidates on the ballot The Democratic voter votes for his choice of the three Democrat candidates the ballots are counted the one of these three candidates re ceiving the most votes to be the Dem ocratic nominee for Governor and all the Democratic votes cast for Gover nor to be counted for him Say Beck ham Breckinridge and Hendricks are the candidates The county vote for each is certified and reported to the State canvassing board When they make the count they find that Beck ham has received 48000 Breckinridge 45000 Hendricks 37000 Beckham is the nominee and gets the total of 130000 And so with the candidates on the other tickets and for all other officesThis plan would do away with the bitter contests for party nominations and cause a strict and fair lining up of the party strength The candid ates of a party would be compelled to work together for party success and would not dare to indulge in and trickery against each other The voter would be compelled to vote his choice lor once and all could not repeat in the primary The argu ment to be made against this plan Is that the ballot would be intricate It would but would not this very fact make it necessary that the voter should be able to read and have intelligence to select the names of his favorites in voting think this would practically amount to an educational qualification and reach the desired end We should like to hear from the newspapers of Ken tucky what they think of this Senator Blackburn Announces Senator Jo C S Blackburn has an nounced that he is an active candid ate to succeed himself as Senator from Kentucky and served notice of his intention on any Demo crats who mcy oppose him He throws down the gauntlet and declares he will win If I have opaosition said he I shall not complain It has been my observation with thirty years of life behind me that young men al ways desire to put aside and shelve those who have been in the harness longer If opposition comes I shall prove to the people of Kentucky that 1 am not too old to represent them in the Senate I serve notice now shall make the hardest and closet campaign I have ever made for a pub lie office I shall speak in every coun ty in the State and shall leave no stone unturned I have two years in which my cauvass I will the coming presidential campaign and then in my own race Iwill know what opposition I am to have dy the time the Kentucky State convention meets and I shall be there The flight may be open then In connection with this announce ment the Senator said The State convention can be depended upon to do what is right The Democrats of Kentucky have always done the right thing and they will see that men of the highest and integrity are placed in poiltions of trust The party must have the confidence of the people Will Buy NO More A gentleman who is in a position to know the followinginformation in the Louisville Herald The recent purchases by the tobacco trust have proved poor investments They have to pay large sums for the independent concerns In figuring up the totalsat the end of the year they find out that this ependiture has been In excess of thee gained by the taking away of opposition gained by the purchase of the independent Tpbac oo have discovered there must be a certain of indepen dent houses and that if those in are bought others willcer tainly spring up PMeHHieBla aad LaGrippe Coughs cured quickly Honey and Refuse substitutes or I LOUIS 15 DemocratNow sufficient We suggestion public tomake gJves existence oj Lancaster Second Ciara subject account counted vituperation 4 tha- I bin character benefit I concerns men that number out J Tar I C a Ator S r- ws h 4 1- r QNi s t e y VINHA Delayed J B Ruble is in Louisville buying cattleJF Ruble has been in Richmond on businessIrvine Christopher is back again at school in Danville- J B Robinson and are guests of Mrs Margaret Robinson Mrs Wm Johnson and children are the guests of Mrs Spoonamore Henry Smith has returned from a visit to relatives in Woodford county Mrs Sarah Spoonamore Mrs Alva Overstreet in Jessamine last ThursdayMr Mrs J W Dismukes enter tained their friends with an old fash ioned quilting last week Delightful refreshments were served Miss Nettle Parks former resi dent and teacher of this county was married during the holidays to Mr Cox of Ripleyville Anderson county Miss Virgie Worrell of Upper Gar rard closed her school at Lindendale school house last Friday A well ar ranged program rendered by the pupils entertained a crowded house on Friday evening Last Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Taylor Scott were at home to their friends An inviting supper of several courses were served by the hos tess Mr and Mrs Scott will leave soon for North Curollna Some of our young people spent an enjoyable evening at the home of Mrs Knobles at Camp Nelson the 31st Dec The evening was spent in playing Pit and discussing music The dawn of the new year was cele brated with fire works Land Stocky Crops Jesse Fox bought a good work mule of W S Ferguson for 115 Very little tobacco stripped as A few crops have been sold at 12cFodder is selling at 15 a shock clover hay loose or baled 10 to 13 per ton timothy hay 1250 to 15 a ton and scarce straw 6 to 7 a ton oats about 40c a bushel Butcher stuff scarce for home use Several export cattle have been sold ic the last week or so at from 325 to 440 a hundred which about winds up the export cattle trade Fat hogs 4 to 4Jc shoats to 4c stock sheep 351 to 4 75 per head Mule market very dull and few changing bands The total sales on the Louisville tobacco market during the year 1903 were 104110 herds against 164526 hhds sold in the year 1902 and 156400 hhds in 190L Of the total sales last year 70255 hhds were Burley and 33 855 hhds were dark tobacco The rejections during the 17989 hhds against 32159 hhds rejected in 1902 Total receipts last year were 79203 hhds against 122375 bhds rc celved in 1902 We have had a very cold winter thus far but the finest winter I ever saw except about two days for feeding says wellknown farmer The feed could be scattered on the ground and get every straw There have been about five or six weeks of frozen wea therthe ground thawed through one day only and that Christmas day and on account of a good rain in most pla ces the day before that put all the branches and streams running flush I hear of some complaint in places yet of lack of water The freezes with very little rain have been very hard on small grain of all kinds and a good deal of the late wheat and rye have been killed and the early sowing looks very backward Very little spring unless we have an open winter from now on There have been two fine ice spells and most all that were so fortunate as to have plenty of water took advantage of same and filled their houses with from li to 3 inch ice clear and pretty The grass crop played out early last tall on account of the dry every bad to commence feeding so much earlier than usual and all will have to feed six months this winter instead of four as hereto fore so feed of all kinds will be scarce and high A great many that had it for sale a short time since have taken it off the market until it gets a greater demand in order to bring more money Some are selling corn delivered at from 2 50 to 310 and in the field at 2 25 to Sale Ten thoroughbred Southdown ewes They came from the old C M Clay stock and are exceptionally fine J Wade Walker Manse Ky Estrayed Pale red steer horns weight about 905 pounds Left my farm at Lick about Nov 1st Informa tion thankfully received and reward for return Ernest Woods Paint jltf A single man who give good and is not afraid of work Must have a reasonaole education month and to the right man Baatin Telephone Co tf Ky W B BEAZUCY Dentist Office over pas store Danville at I Litter a David to 30c 3 year grazng summer and 275 Lick Ky Wanted Can 15 t eJI J J c liE t Rife visited from total one therefore awfully For with Paint reference per board Lancaster 1 0 C PARIS Beazley FarIs pomp st11T st l- w p w rd A Very ti c Cater I stuck to mycnglne although ev ery joint reboil every nerve was racked with puiii writes C W Bella mya locomotive fireman Burlingtonla weak and pale without any and all run down As I was a bout to give up I got a bottle of Electr ic Bitters and after taking it I felt well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction by McRoberts Price 50 cents 1m The man who needs a place should look for the place that needs him A Teat Pocket Doctor Never in the way no trouble to car ry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are DeWitts Little Early RIsers A vial of these little pills in the vest pocket is a certain guarantee against headache billious ness torpid liver and all of the ills from constipation They ton ic and strengthen the liver Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Where vulgarity passes for wit vir tue passes for folly millionaires Poor Stomach The wornout stomach of the millionaire is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evil attendant on the possession of great wealeh But millionaires are not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is far greater among the toilers Dyspepsia and indigestion are rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaire unless they avail themselves of a standard medicine like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troubles for over thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect diges tion It tones and vitalizes the en tire system and makes life worth liv ing no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 Blows from the bellows of redicule leave no bruises Cared After Suffering 10 Yean B F Hare Supt Miami Cycle Mfg Co Middletown 0 suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He spent hun dreds of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any benefit He says One night while feeling exceptionally bad I was about to throw down the evening pa per when I saw an item in the paper regarding the merits of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure I concluded to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottles I am stronger and better than I have been in years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and acquaintances suffering from trouble Sold by Frisbie 1m Honor is too big a price to pay for any honor 3 ant One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills the mi crobe which tickles the mucous mem brane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Min ute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable oases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Dr Sid Isbell Osteopath Located on Danville Lan caster Ky two doors below Record Office Lady always in attendance Consultation and examination free Telephone No 01 Osteopathy treats with success all diseases tf Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co we will pay charges on orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de signs on the shortest notice Call us up we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25 tf The Markets LOUISVILIB KY JAN 13 4 P K CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers ft 25 4 50 Medium to good shipping steers 4 00 4 25 Choice butcher steers 3 75 Medium to good butchers 3 50 3 75 Common to medium butchers 2 SO 3 5 Good to choice feeders 3 fiO 4 00 Common to medium feeders S 73 3 6 Good to extra stock steers 325 3 GO Common to medium stock steers 2 55 3 25 Good to choice stock heifers 2 75 3 00 to medium stock heifers 2 50 3 75 Plain light mixed stockers 1 75 2 25 Medium to good bulls 2 50 2 90 Choice veal calves 550 6 00 Common to medium calves 3 SO 4 50 Choke packing and butchers 200 470 Medium packers 160 to 300 Ibs 4 70 Choice to 160 46ft Choice pigs 90 to 120 ibsi 4 40 RoughS 15010500 Ibs 4 25 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 099 3 50 Fair togood 2 50 3 00 Common to medium 2 00 2 5- 0Bmckiiia 00 a EO Extra shipping lambs 5 75 6 50 tuilrad lamU 4 W M Iwas rundown t resulting I permanent stomach F P street 415 Common to 390 40 bcaerluibtl rind appetite guaranteed 4 overfed 4S5 HOGS lbs lightship ISO lbs Good pigs 50 to 901bs c Beet co 4- wy y- 1r 3i 2 tr is- yt i 1- b r t q t 1lcarry MouldIng in stock and frame Pictures Neatly and promptly Try M6Rob6rtsDrug5tor6 We us R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Representing Mtains Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantil- eAelnaLlfeMCfljfEartforlCoi ENOS 5PENNC6R Prcdcct aria expert Accountant POSTED our lands for hunting iishing or any of the law- S F Embry Price Bros Ed X B Price George Lea veil Dave Thompson Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAndersonR A Beazley Nut Ward Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton B L Kelly Mrs J II West V A Lear Robt Gulley W R Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White- L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton Hemphill C Hemphill Leslie Harbor Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell warnIngprosecute W S Walden- J The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SOOOO 0 SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird I493 o 0 Oo 2 o 5 2 o 000000000 0000000000000000ca o do o A 0 0 B 0 0 2 2B 0 0 o s OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO e0000000000000 Educates Young People For Good Employment and Success O CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION Business s SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS Union listless Bask BuildingLOUISVILLE KY EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT Business College THOSE TURNER HARRISCHAS G MANAGERS v If you love your wife buy her a Jewel Range T B WALKER SON OUR LINE OF MILLINERY GOODS is always complete Wealways stock all the NOVELTIES and NOTIONS Prices the lowest SAMJE D TI1JUET r It t t t i 8 i S t r 1 i haven c t S 4 sv R thy7aY ba v w i u 3 wf1 y f5o L I 0 i jj00J S100 fY01Gt101SI Hi1100100Je00I I 0P1 i OWS See Our new walking fiarness HarrQWsI 0 I POSTLEIr rJJIfJl lfJ 1 WlfltJl fJ ro x 4 r disc plow r 0 Q M o oQ fl lie best expresses his own gratitude who causes another to be grateful Climatic Cure The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Ger man SyruD so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Ger man Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go 10 a warmer clime you will find that of the thous o consumptives there the few ffho are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 II ads I The man who has time to burn has to borrow a match to start it Stop It A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foleys Hon ey and Tar affords perfect security from serious effects of a cold C C J E Stormes 1m The best cure for a bad habit is the culture of a good one The best way to bury your sorrow is to get your sympathies busy WIiatB In A Nainn Everything is In the name when It comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C De Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to nu merous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittss the genuine Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Its necessary to have some key in the house to ward off sudden at tacks of colds and pneumonia But you should take great care to get GOOD WHISKY Dont risk your health with adulterated stuff We will send you four full quarts of 10year old absolutely pure whisky either Rye lutely pure whisky in jug nicely packed in a plain 250 a two gallon jug in box 475 a three gallon jug in box 700 a fourgallon jug for 9 oo and prepay all express charges OUR POSITIVE GUARANTEE Full Measure Safe Delivery and Entire SATISFACTION In Every Respect or Your Money Refunded Goes with every order And onrgnarantee Is always good Ask the Lexington City National Bank We claim our whiskey is absolutely pure and a little better than any other at the price and we elect each customer a judge in the cuse If after you have tried it yon dont find nil our claims true you are at liberty to return it At our expense We will pay charges both ways and return all your money even to the price of your postage You shant lose one cent by trying our goods If we fall to please you Make your remittance payable and address DISTILLING CO Or P O Box 422 Lexington Ky Sg A nice Etched Glass and corkscrew free with each order II Yl IN WINTER good whis HAGAN 1 THE TIME try t PURE expressrJ 1 4 Itdoes not take much of a saint to denounce the sins he cannot digest Children Poisoned Many children are poisoned and made nervous and weak if not killed out right by mothers giving them Foleys lion ey and Tar is a safe and certain reme dy for coughs croup and lung troubles and is the only prominent cough medi cine that contains no opiates or other poisons C C J E Stormes 1m upscontalnlngopiates i N coughs The man who hasnt enough religion to last till he gets home from meeting hasnt enough o take him through to heaven Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man endur ing pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for too at McRoberts Druggist 1m 25cPiles Lowneys Candies Fruits Nuts and Best line of Candies Brought to Lancaster Prices ig est Pi r ever Right r llM U SO- Ny 1j r Gossip About People v N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Mr W B Burton was In London businessJ Rolhwell in businessMr has been in Cincii natl a few days Miss Marie Joseph is visiting Eton Ohio Miss Mary Lear is the pretty of Miss Katie Simpson Mr Robert Embry gave supper Saturday evening Mrs E H Pearce of Danville is her husband for a few days Miss Sallie Adams has accepted position in R H Batsons store Mr Theodore Currey who has very ill is reported some better Mr Taylor of Harrodsburg was guest of Miss Nell Arnold Sunday Miss Stella Huston Guy and wife Saturday and Sunday Harry Tomllnsou has accepted a as clerk at the New Mason hotel Mr and Mrs Herbert Gulley are over the arrival of Mrs George Farris and daughter Miss Louise spent Saturday in Mrs Elizabeth Mason is in Nicholas visiting her sister Mrs Hannah Scott Miss Lillie Dale Grant has returned a pleasant visit to friends in Cov ngton Mrs Wade Walker continues very the home of her daughter Mrs D Jeiger A very handsome picture of Miss Hill appeared in Saturdays Com JournalMrs Joseph leaves next week Eton Ohio to visit her parents Mrs Fox Miss Helen Thurmond returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Cherry of Brodhead Mr Willie Fox Logan returned to College Lexington after the holidays at home Leslie Anderson left Saturdav for Louis to enter the law Washington University Mrs Bettie Landram has returned a visit to her sister Mrs John augbman of Lexington Mr George Patterson and family moved in the Baptist parsonage purchased by them Misses Martha and Helen Gill and guest Miss Francis Peoples left for their school in Glendale Mr and Mrs Cal Nevius are congratulations over the arrival of son christened William McKinley Miss Pearl Bettis after a weeks to her mother Mrs Ellie Bettis returned to her work in Lexington Lexington Herald Misses Clara Kauffman and Katie Brogle of Gar who were the guests of the Miss of Lexington during the boll have returned home Nicholasville News Mr G T Mason Chicago spent a few days with Mr B Scott the past Roy and wife nee Miss Kittle of Germantown 0 are the guests Mrs Hannah Scott in the county In Memory of Holton Frank Be it resolved by the bunday School Lancaster Ky Christian church we have heard with profound of the of our brother olton Frank and that our hearts BO in tender love and sympathy to household from which he has been May the Lord comfort them the Lord give them that peace strength that consolation and reserved for those who worship im in spirit and in truth This school feels sorely the loss of Qltcn Frank Though he had gone us out into the big world and had the vows and flu of young manhood he was still our boys He came to us when was a little child when his father of sainted memory was minister to the congregation worshiping statedly He studied with us prayed with us We watched him from to youth and from to young manhood We saw stepping In the footprints of his father Our hearts were when we heard him preach the unsearchable riches of Christ from the Ipithis father had so worthily filled now he has gone to stand before Great to answer for the deeds in the body We cherish his and our boys and girls shall taught to emulate him in righteous Committee on Resolntions M Belle W I Williams Up to Ike Capt Ike M Dunn in town the day and Keg Mason rushed to him Say Ike Ike e weve got plenty of Rood water now say tlmeypu come to bring sugar Iceland uor and we will mix up a good tod Well Keg in place rhayenigot ttielnec wr lngredienl mt to impose I W on guest birthday ViS- Iting 1 a been the Dav- Idson position a boy Danville from ill at D Ann for Mr and Saturday State spending St department- of from have recently their Friday receiving a visit has raid esSmith days of F week Maj Haynes of Resolutions of That regret death out the taken May hope from taken ties one of now he pass youth him lamented glad But the done memory be living Burnside man Its uP here llq dv U t was Frankfort for relatives in visited rejoicing handsome villa Mason land upon himself he Ing here childhood God Emma Kauff was other and said next town the lemon replledIke the first Idon upon Jour generosity Y erNa r Death of Baylo Jennings Another of Garrard countys and best kniwn citizens has gone his reward On last Saturday J Baylor Jennings died at the home his son in Taylorsville Ky Mr was ill foronly a short time was in Lancaster only a few ago visiting his old friends He born in Garrard county about years ago and resided near Old och church until about two years when he went to live with his He was an elder in the A n t i o for many years and one of strongest pillows Mr Jennings one ot the kindest hearted men our pleasure to know and by all who knew him He was an pecially good friend of the editor The Record and never came to without visiting our office He widow and one son who have theirbereavement remains were brought to Monday and after services Elder F M Tinder were buried Lancaster Cemetery Evangelist Barnes Prayer The Rev George 0 Barnes age Kentucky j angellst and jf Duwieism closed a series of in church at Whitesbu Tuesday Barnes declared the of the Messiah near at hand Would that I Kentucky district and reformed before I will never die but will meet God natural flesh within a fewmonths Ie refused the Professorship in t church of Theology in Zion Chicago to devote the remainder life in Kentuckys feud district Augusta Chronicle The Editors Home An editor died and slowly way down to where he reception awaited him met him and said For thou hast borne the blame bad spelling that the printer off in the paper The paper for one dollar and alas the has failed to come In The bedeviled thee for wages hadnt a farthing to thy have taken thy paper for it and cursed thee for getting out a better sheet been called a dead beat by conductors when thou thy annual pass to their gaze All these wrongs thou in silence Thou shalt not here And as the editor turns away Satan mutters Heaven his home and besides if I let here he would have been delinquent subscribers and discord in my kingdom To Test Local Option Law A report from Columbus Ohio of Association is authority for statement that the liquor interests country have decided to test option laws in all States in States Supreme Court encouraged by the recent decision in which the tax Is but restriction of sale denied liquor Interests will plead Fourteenth Amendment to States Constitution which claim prohibits a State the habits of their citizens Closing out all our Books Toys goods as we take stock Feb Isi at once for bargains tf J C Thompson The Gospal of Love and Charity An exchange gives voice to a and charity and in the following which we It is no doubt true that of this country lead In of human kindness which prompt to speak good words about fellow mortals while they yet in the flesh and not wait until has claimed the beloved and then cover their bier with roses Why until some or is dead to say the love and appreciate them and that world is better on account of their Praise when the heart H have thrilled is dead comes tribute to a coffined loved ont the still death chamber How w mourn the kind words never Mien Perhaps the deepest regret thrill the human heart is the Dught that we have allowed some or relative to live and die right us anti never told him that we or repeated to him the kind spoken oj him by others What chance we all have in this way to bread upon order to make a change in we will close out our stock o Toys and fancy goods As w to make room for clocks jewelry silverwar spectacle business f Thompson the Jeweler Well Pleased in renewing his to The Rev Ira Parton writes from Oklahoma as follows This is fine country My boys and I have 3000 in 14 months Iof Brick Baptist church for the time Lone Wolf onefourth Hope Well onefourth salary 1750 5 are well pleased with the country iyjbe Lord bless you and all old rrard county friends Is It look at label on this paper if It does not show exact ybu liaye paid please ring asd tell us If it does not 05i of urw aifciinb S oldest to of Jennings and months was Anti ago son c h church Its It was beloved es of town Ileaves- a deep sympathy In The by lu the 75 the convert meetI- ngs com- Ing He said could see Eastern feud rIdden goaway I In the eZion City of his wended his supposed warm The devil many years for the has got has gone printer has when thou name People without paying not Thou hast the hast shown envI- ous hast borne enter and walks Is him in dunning his thus creating Ex Joe the OhloBrew ers the of the all local the United They are oleo mar upheld The the the United they will restrictI- ng and fancy Come love benevolence endorse the people their are death rhetorical goodman woman the presence should as- a poor often that friend beside loved him words cast thewaters In our wIsh our Record Brick a have charge an which 43 I d r i J t 1 eighty was Lancaster conducted the immortalized a dollar railroad says gin sentiment of newspapers the spir- 1t recipient wait you fu a business Books more watches and subscription made half and our Correct Please time 04tor dIllf enoe A f4 cft- t t t t e e r top bad Business and Closing out all our goods call early Thompson the Ihave secured a firstclass shoer and solicit your For Rent Eason property Baptist church Possessson Jan M D Fine pedigreed O I C Boar of the best in the county Service Potts The best place In town to buy cheap for cash Prompt guaranteed J Adams Leavel 12183t agent for Bell Harbison Lexington and Danville For quick delivery and flowers call him at Phone 61 Sterling silver spoons forks and pieces New and complete line goods put in nice satin lined boxes engraved free tf Thornoson the Jeweler Teachers Money Ready The teachers money will be Saturday January 9 and Mrs asks The Record to request the to be on hand promptly All parties going to Indian or Territories Arkansas Colorado California or other points can get information them money by calling on J Lancaster Ky Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you need plumbing work I can give service of a practical plumber everal years experance which is interest J B Conn Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due always at Police Court room to ieve them You make nothing delay so come and pay now S Rothwell Collector Cut Flowers We represent several leading and give us your are certain to get what you have the flowers on time satisfaction and prompt service J C Thompson tf Special Notice I have moved my shop to rooms the Fox Studio where will see our friends and customers attention good razors and expeiience fit us to do the best on the old reliable Barber tf Henry Duncan Every customer purchasing 8i5 worth of goods for cash will receive worth of any goods in the Thompson the Jeweler At Coit I will sell you a Buggy Phaeton at cost Secure one last Conn To buy a good farm containing 125 acres within one to four other good town having such property for report at thlsxffice n13tf Coal Coal If you want coal and good coal J Adams Leavel at Leavels Rock bottom prices for 12183t Help Wanted White girl to cook for small home and light work G winebroad tf Your account is due and we money All accounts not paid Jan 10th will add 6 per Thompson the Jeweler Have started my mill and will hand a big stock of pine poplar oak lumber Can furnish promptly right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky Coal Coal Austin Beazley at Bartons carry an immense stock of i hand at all but the best prIces correct Ring up and hat they will do for you JulOtf Bank Stock Fop Sale I have 14 shares of Citizens bank at Lancaster stock for sale desiring to purchase will ad Room 406 KyTitle Building ille Ky naming price that will paid W O Bradley tf Clearance S le ofFine Box Paper the box only is soiled paper is in perfect cttidltien rlsbi Drug Store Special Announcement Jan 1st e offer for our entire stock of dry goods caps shoes clothing notionsan When we saycost It cost Owing toJts being so article we will retail a usual prices until the other stock nhausted Remeiaber these priceS for cash only or produce In ex A of firm to take this method in clps t the stock CD Powell Co Bargains Jeweler horse patronageJ opposite 1st Hughes One l1030tf Bros coal attention Ed C Gaines Is and flor- Ists pretty 18tf fancy All and ready Walker teach Texas Western saving EStormes tf will you the of to your Important I am re by D a14 tf flower dealers It you orders you want and We guarantee m os t under be glad to Polite years of work Call 50 cents house free Surrey- or while they J B 75 to miles of Lancasterorsome Anyone sale will call on old stand the cash family Good B need the before cent to them Lumber have on and Prices Veal old stand coal tim nothing elr are Nol see al dress Lou hats queensware will all chan 4t GOLDEN i s C f F Xmas cheaper ers Oklahoma Wanted They handle an Nation Anyone be We have a nu r of bo of paper where sli fly the that we will sell dtimeouly at actual cost Co e ly and get your choice tf Beginning cash only be groceries the 3 are dissolution the causes us 1 FAR THE SL L1rERLUlllfi3 L J7 f Take your prescriptions to FRISBIES i r F PHARMACY where they will be carefully by registered pharmacist from the PUREST DRUCS Our line of Druggists Sundries is al ways complete and we have the Best Cigars and Tobacco In Town Remember the place FRISBIESNorth side Public Square compounded ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 Main St Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Kenucky If you 5 I 53 V Lancaster id- lOCo1e BY rtiE MANSS SHOE MFGco nPAT DEC IZTo 1899 AND PENDING E MADE Or5CR PATENTS TeT We are making a specialty of the a bove Bootee Itcannot be equaled R L JENNINGS PAINT LICK Dry Goods Clothing Furnishings Hardware Furniture IB Stands for Bread and very good bread ifthe bread is bought at Currey Davidsons Our bread can be relied upon as much as tin cup defender Rsliance THE FOX STUDIOLANCASTER BRANCH v High Class Most Satisfactory Photos We furnish every 0s style of Portrait at reasonable prices Open every 0 Friday from 9 A M to 3 p M Call early 26000 Lawns Y LKAVELL President t S ROBINSON J 1Vice Pre J ORGANIZED 1883 The 61T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5MM SURPLUS t Cashier WOBiGHirAMtCMhr CD WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garefal Attention DIRECTORS Iiewte Y Leaven JVS Robinson RFHocteoH T H Arnold B I r l i i 1 I I I tr0 i l Y r r J Walker F i Jiayo moved to the teomid floor IP Stormed Block adjoining J M Ruth wells office Where I will conduct a general insurance afc real estate I represent the Life of the the safest and best dividend paying companies in the nation also health and accident insurance City or country property sold or leased on reasonable terms I will make it to your interest to see me Judge Hemp bill and I represent the Phoenix Fire Assurance Company of London Eng land tf M D Hughes BRYANTSVILlE Mr Smith of Bnrgin was here last in the interest of the bank Miss Mary King has returned to Lexington after a visit to friends and relativesMrs C Becker was in Lexington shopping last week The American Telephone and Tele graph Comprny have nearly comple ted their work in this vicinity Miss Mattie to Lexington to study art at Campbell Hagerman College Miss Mittie Dunn is visiting in Lon donMaster Richard sistei Elizabeth have retnrned after a vera pleasant visit to relatives in Somerset Quite a number of the farmers lost considerably by the fire at Lears mill last week Misses Bessie and Katie Patton have returned after spending several days in Lexington Mr and Mrs Eugene Berkele the young folk very elegantly Tuesday evening Quite a number were present and allhad a most time Miss Olive Wilds of Nicholasville is the guest of her cousin Mr Will DickermanThe folk were very enteatained by Mr Snd Mrs Glass Friday evening FBEACHERSYILLE Mrs Bettle Archer of Burgin who came to visit her mother and rela tives here while getting out of the buggy fell and sprained her ankle so badly she has not walked a step There was eight members received into the Methodist church last Snn day by letter and otherwise Mr F F Cummins was in Lancaster last Tuesday on business Mrs A J Thompson is in Rockcastle with her sister who is very sick The Misses Cranns who has been visiting Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson for some time will return to school at Gergetown this week much to the regret of their many ad mirers here Miss Carrie Thompson has returned to her beautiful country home after a pleasant visit with friends at Stan ordWe are glad to see the smiling face of the ever genial Faulkner Kennedy in our midst again he having recover ed from a good case of gripp Miss Maranda McKenzie a charm ing young lady of Stanford has been the guest of her cousins Misses Car rle and Mary Thompson Miss Lillie Thompson of Lancaster spent the holidays with Miss Hallie BrownMr Mrs Jones Anderson gave a six oclock dinner Saturday evening Mr Amos Smith of Rockcastle is the guest of Mr Cecil McClary Saved Prom Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobblttof Bar gerton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skilful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption tuined despair into Joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its con tinued use completely cured her Ittthe most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaran teed Bottles 50c and SLOO Trial hot ties free at McRoberts drug store 1m McCBEARY Mrs Maggie Gulley began a select school at her residence Monday the 11 Will Grow and wife visited relatives at this place last week Misses Jennie Bay and Lucy Dicker son of Buckeye visited Mr Porte Wearen recently- A gloom was cast over this commu nity last Sunday on hearing of the death of Mr Baylor Jennings of Spen cer county a former resident of tbk community and familiarly known at Uncle Baylor Mrs W K Warner and son are guests of Mrs J W Perrin of Stanford Mr and Mrs L Forbes visited her mother at Bryantsville last week Mr Jan Hardln Is still confined tc his room Lewis Huffman sold a horse B Burton for 100 Ben Kelly and Pat Button sold their tobacco for lie per Ib BemeMlc Treaties It is exceptional to find a famih where there are no domestic rupture occasionally but be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pilli around Much trouble they save by their great work In Stomach and troubles Theynot only relieve you but cure 25c McRoberts Drug jBtore im flft148 all pSPtnu bus- Iness jJd etna Mae Leavell hasgone Pettus and entertained de- lIghtful delightfully I tow these can t 0 j insun week 2 4 44 Liver a t CITY ORDINANCE Rates For Water No L DWELLING HOUSES Rouse of six rooms occupied by one family supplied by one faucet 8 5 00 3ach additional faucet not especially rated 1 50 When a house is occupied by more than one family and all supplied by one faucet for each family 4 00 Each family having separate fixtures in occupied by more than one family will be charged the same as if living in a separate house One bath tub private family 3 00 For each Roomer 50 When used by more than one family for each family 2 00 Each additional bath tub 175 One water closet of aproved kind 4 00 When used by more than one family fcr each family Each additional water closet 1 75 When one bath tub and one water closet are used for both 6 00 j One selfclosing urinal no other allowed 2 00 One set tub 1 75 Each additional set tub 1 Washstand 1 00 Where a hot water faucet is used at the same vessel with a cold water faucet but one faucet shall be charged for and the same applies to boarding houses Provided that in no case shall the charges for the nse of water by a private family exclusive of hose and stable exceed 25 00 No 2 BOARDING HOUSES Supplied by one faucet 10 Each additional faucet 2 3 One bath tub 8 00 Each additional bath tub 2 One water closet of approved kind 8 Each additional water closet 2 Each selfclosing urinal 2 75 No 3 HOTELS SPECIAL RATES Lodging houses in addition to the rates for boarding houses fo each bed for boarders and lodgers 50 No 4 PUBLIC LAUNDRIES AND BATHS For each laundry tub 12 00 tub 12 00 For each water closet 9 For each selfclosing urinal 4 Ho 5 STORES OFFICES AND WARE HOUSES 5 00 Where two tenants are supplied by same faucet each 3 00 Where more than two tenants are supplied by same faucet each 3 00 Water closets used by one tenant only 5 00 Water closets used by than one tenant each 2 75 For each additional faucet or water closet half the above rates will be charged Selfclosing urinal each tenant 2 00 No 6 Snore RESTAURANTS MARKETS ETC Apothecary shops one faucet 12 00 Each additional faucet 2 50 Water closets and urinals same as for dwelling houses Barber shops one faucet and one chair 5 00 Each additional faucet 1 00 Each additional chair 1 00 Restaurants and Bakerys 10 to 20 00 Each additional faucet 2 00 Water closets and urinals same as for boarding houses For purposes not included above and requiring not more than ordinary supply of water 10 00 to 25 00 No 7 HOSE For hose having a nozzle of not over onequarter inch orifice used for washing windows watering gardens and lawns and sprinkling streets the use being limited n all cases to three hours per day for each hose from 6 to 8 a m from 6 to 8 p m 10 cents per ft over 60 ft This charge to be made whether the hose is used for the whole or part of the year No 8 ORNAMENTAL FOUNTAINS To Be Used Not More Than Four Hours Per Day For jet onesixteenth 5 00 For jet more than onesixteenth and not over oneeighth inch diameter 12 00 To le Allowed to be Used More than Four and not More than Eight hours per Day For jet onesixteenth inch diameter 9 00 For jet more than onesixteenth and not over oneeight inch diameter 20 00 All rules applying to the use of hose apply also to the fountains No 9 STABLES Private Stables For one horse 2 00 Each additional horse 1 00 Neat cattle each head 1 00 Livery Club or Boarding Stables Meter STREET SPRINKLER Meter No 10 STEAM POWER Meter MOTORS FOR POWERS 116 in jet per month 00 tin jet per month 750 316 In jet per month 10 00 i in jet per month 50 i in jet per month 16 00 600 Not allowed except in connection with general uses No 1L BUILDING PURPOSES Cubic yards of Stone 5c Thousand of Brick at 10c Yards of Plaster ic Cubic yards of Cement I5c No 12 METERED WATER 200 to 500 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 35c 500 to 1000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons soc 1000 to 2000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 25c 2000 to 3000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 20c 3000 to 4000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons 18c 4000 to 5000 gallons per day per 1000 gallons i5c 5000 gallons and up ice Meters will be allowed only at the discretion of the company and in no case where a meter is used shall the annual charges be less than the following For threequarter inch meters or less 25 00 For one inch meters 40 00 For oneandonehalf inchmeeters t 60 00 For two inch meters 10000 For all uses not herein specified the rate shall be fixed by The Superintendent J A BEAZLEY Mgr Jl 111a1IJifl j f nLr l ITJm fjJ II hereinafter 0 a house 0 3 00 I I I 0 I 00 I 0 00 00 0 00 For each bath 00 First faucet 10 00 lOch diameter 0 3 2 0 o 0 I e e i I I mOre Water Lifters I Well We Nave Km When The Record first mentioned telephones electric lights and for Lancastersome of the know italls tittered a merry teehee Will these wise guys please go way back ind sit down Had we fought these improvements like some Lancaster we would now go Into a hole and pull the hole in after us gents r waterworks Ttj It is folly to boast of your frills you have built your foundation A Life At stake If you but knew the splendid merit of Foleys Honey and Tar you would never be without it A dose or two will prevent an attack pneumonia or la grippe it may save your life CCJEStormes lm before i 4 NATURE IS WONDERFUL There In Reason for the Special Shape and Texture for Every Leaf IB Existence Even the most cursory observer of vegetable life must have been struck with the various forms of leaves Why they should be so variously formed does not however suggest itself though there is a reason for the special shape and texture of almost every leafin exist ence Plants such as grasses daffodils and others which usually grow in clus ters have generally narrow leaves grow ing upright so as not to overshade one another Other plants of isolated habits have arrangement of foliage which se cures to themselves the space of ground necessary for their development The daisy dandelion shepherds purse which may mostly be seen in pastures are examples of this A circle of broad leaves pressed against the ground form ing what is known as the rosette growth effectually bars the approach of any oth er plant and keeps clear from all other roots the space of ground necessary to its own nutriment Floating leaves and leaves of marsh plants are usually of outline for having no competitors they are not liable to get in one anothers light Submerged plants have mostly leaves of narrow reason for which is not very well understood although it is assumed by naturalists that it is for the purpose of exposing as large a surface as possible in order to extract the minute proportion of car bonic acid dissolved in a vast bulk of water Leaves on the boughs of trees are often much divided so as to fold easily to prevent their being rent and torn by the wind while the glossy sur face of evergreens is intended to throw off the rain and dew which might freeze on them and so cause injury to the tis sues Wonderful are the ways of and the study of her strange se crets Epitom ist HOMESMOKED MEATS When Properly in Quality to the Product of Packing House Many of the farmers in the east cure hams for home use The quality is much better than the product sent out by the packing houses Set a clean sugar barrel on a box four feet long one foot high and wide enough often simple segmentthe Nature unendingAgricultural Cured They Are Su- perIor HANDY MEAT SMOKER for the barrel Bore auger holes through the box under the bar ret to let the smoke through Make a hole in the ground under the front end of the box so that the fire made on a piece of tin could be shoved under the box A half head of a barrel can be crowded down by the end of the box closing the fire hole All crevices must in Drive strong wire nails near the top of the barrel to hang the hams on Place a strong paper or canvas over the top of the barrel and add enough bags or blankets to keep the smoke in Farm and Home Dark Honey Rendered Clear With regard to very dark or black honey of which I have along with many others a good quantity on hand this season itmay interest you to know that I gave a bottle of quite black honey to a friend of mine to experiment with with the object of removing the black ness He subjected the bottle of honey for about three hours to ozone from an electric machine and returned it to me perfectly clear and bright I have not gone very fully into the matter but if in your opinion it would be of importance to the craft I would do so told that the cost per hundred weight Is trifling It would appear that the ef feet of the Is to cause all the black matter to rise to the surface and then it is skimmed off British Bee Journal be banked with dirt to keep the smoke ozone H j f lam a Was one of her husbands gifts to her early days of wedlock used to delight in his trills and flourishes and think with Riley that The twitter of the critter peared to absolutely glit ter And now when the canary begins to sing she says You must take that bird away where I cannot hear it It makes me too nervous for anything- It is a sad thing for women when they become a prey to nervousness so that the song of the bird or the laughter of children seems to shock them in every fiber Yet this condition is a very one and is generally due to womanly diseases which are slowly un dermining the strength Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription cures nervousness and other ills and aches that are the result of womanly diseases It establishes regularity dries unhealthy drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness For two years I had been a sufferer from female weakness uterine trouble writes Mrs Muschinski of Marathon Marathon Co Wis Was so weak that I could do no work Was nervous felt had but little hope for recovery I wrote to you for advice me to take Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery I your advice and after taking bottles of Favorite and five of Golden Medical my troubles left me and I feel like a new person Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All is strictly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pellets are pleasant to take A most effective laxative f h1 a 1 f DL i tr S t if I inthe common downheartedand ou Prescription Discovery correspondence TCfl C Siena of the First Capitalist discussing the for mation of new course well have to engage the best corporation lawyer in sight Second Capitalist after thinking Er dont you think a firstclass crimi nal lawyer would be more suitable Puck This Era of Strike Von Blumer How is your new house getting on Witherby First rate We have the foundation and Im in hopes a few planks will be laid before the men strike again Town Topics Mlm Woodby Swellman Do you dress for dinner on Sunday at your house Except when youre sick the landlady wont stand for serv ing your meals to you in bed delphia Press The AVIai It doesnt seem to stop a man who is trying to butt into matrimony if he runs against a man who is trying to butt out remarked the Observer of Events and States Smiled at Hin Dost smile upon my suit he said And then he wiggled She glanced down at the plaid and then She straightway giggled Yonkers Statesman HiLLS FATE Times trustOf In PlanemanSure ObserTer ThingsYonkers man Suit Johnsons been in hot watah evah since hes been married dat wife makes him do all de washin Chicago Dally News How It Would Work If all men practiced what they preached Wed have no time for labor Each man would put in all his days Endeavoring in pleasing ways To boost along his neighbor Chicago No Room at the Top say he began at the foot of the ladder Crimsonbeak Thats what I did say Wellwhere is he now Down at the EphBill SamHows EphHis YeastYou heelYonkers Statesman If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles byexpress charges prepaid for 8LQO Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure iMMition this writingpap when S g et Saith U BI tXeltoberU Guarantee Hint liyotii el will Cure toe Worst Case of Catarrh In IiancaMter When one of the most reputable concerns in Lancaster guarantees that a medicine will effect a cure or he will refund the money it speaks volumes as to the merits of that remedy It is ni this way that E McRoberts is belting Hyomei the treatment that has made so many remarkable cures of both acute and chronic catarrh in Lan caster and vicinity Hyomei is not a pill nor is it a liuid that has to be taken with a tablespoon or wineglass Just breathe it by the aid of an inhaler that comes in every outfit and ben efit will be seen from the first treat destroys all germ life in the air passages and lungs and and purifies the blood with ad tional ozone It cures catarrh of the head and throat or of the stomach liver and kidneys Where ever muscous membrane contains catarrhal germs there Hyomei will do its work of healing When using this tneatment the air you breathe will be found like that on the mountains high above the sea level where grows balsamic trees and plants which make the air pure by giving off volatile antisep tic fragrance that is healing to the respiratory organs A complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 and includes an inhaler dropper and sufficient Hj omei for treatment Remember that if Hyomei does not cure you McRoberts will re fund your money This is a time to cure catarrh by this nature al method and prevent catarrhal colds that are so common at this a W Z dedoc of c o R t men t- It enriches severalweeks good season t I I I I t t Get the Habit Toke Life Plant and Get Well f Medical history does not record a discovery that will equal the merits of LIFE PLANT for the cure of Rheumatism Catarrh and all Blood Disease Its action is quick thorough and permanent It searches the blood the poisonous germ that ore ates disease makes new rich pure blood and disease cannot exist where the blood is pure Our guarantee is No Cure No Pay therefore there ia no reason for you to suffer longer Mrs Susan Lewton of Malvern O writesI rheumatism for one year and a considerable portIon of the time I was so bad I could scarcely walk My ankle was o swollen a great deal of the time I could scarcely get on my shoe ily limbs weie numb and I suffered contin Daily I tried a great many remedIes but wan unable to get relief until I tried LIFE PLANT I took four bottles and was entirely cured It Is a great remedy Life Plant is Manufactured only by THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO eliminates FLOUR to anntfMOOKli of Merter 6 a ea the Eight Dutrict lion O O Gilbert collect to limo action of the Demo orntlc party Yonr support earnestly solici ted tt For County Attorney We are authorized to announce K L VDt SON ea a lor nomination Attonivjr sat jct to the notion of party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Gulley U a candleate for Snpt Iuhlie in Co subject 10 action of the democrat tarry tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J K tobin son as a ciimllilnte fur nomination for Coun Attorney subject to action of time Deuio Pneumonia follows La Grippe but never follows the use of c r c OHZf6H n aaldlt f D candidate for ouu tlr ImO LA GRIPPE Fdf lion T Ins In f he ratio tart Honey and Tar It stops the Cough and heals the lung Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption MB Q VACHEK of 157 Osgood St Chicago writes My wile had la grippe and it left her with a very bad cough on her lungs which FOLETB AND TAB cured completelyHON TrainsLeave Al No10- 5i4 So lit- iOtd tM No22- 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